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What is Farm to Cafeteria?
Mission & Vision
Stories from the Field
In The News
Farm to Cafeteria Canada Calendar
Find / Add a Project
F2CC Fact Sheets
Join Farm to Cafeteria Canada
Submit a Food Program
Lessons From Haida Gwaii
People hunt deer, raise scallops, catch wild salmon and forage for mushrooms.
At the University of Winnipeg, Food Service With a Social Conscious
Diversity Food Services chef Ben Kramer: “I'd rather buy raw food and pay people to process it.”
Wayne Roberts on the Food Movement 2.0
Food activist and organizer Roberts: ‘Partnerships are the future of food policy.’
Building Campus Food Security, One Job at a Time
When Celia White first started digging into the campus food system at Vancouver Island University (VIU) in Nanaimo, British Columbia, she found passionate people, and big potential.
How Brazil Cracked the Local Food Distribution Puzzle
Can We Talk About Race in the Food Movement?
Farm to Cafeteria Canada Strategic Plan
Over the past few months, the Advisory Group assisted by Scott and Katie from SPARC has been developing our Strategic Plan 2013-2016 through teleconferences and a face to face meeting held in Toronto September 29-30.
Municipal Food Policy Entrepreneurs:
A preliminary analysis of how cities and regional districts are involved in food system change
Local Food: Canadian Schools, Campuses and Health Care Facilities Speak Up
According to new report commissioned by Farm to Cafeteria Canada, activity to bring healthy, local and sustainable foods into public agencies is gearing up in almost every province and territory in Canada – and there is a hunger for more.
5 Canadian Premiers Step up to The Local Food Plate
Canadians living in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Quebec, Ontario, and Manitoba will be dishing up more local.
An association of daycares in the Montérégie region of Québec have partnered with Équiterre and the regional conference of elected officers to bring local fruits and vegetables to daycare facilities in Montérégie, Quebec
Doing what comes naturally in Haida Gwaii
Stories From the Field
Hospitals and Healthy Food: How Health Care Institutions Can HelpPromote Healthy Diets
For decades, U.S. food and farm policy has been poorly aligned with public health objectives. But new opportunities,including an innovative federal program that provides incentives
02 Sep 2014
Hospitals and Healthy Food: How Health Care Institutions Can Improve Community Food Environments
An innovative Farm Bill program could help hospitals and community groups partner to prevent chronic illness. Click here to see the full article. Author: UCSUSA Date:
02 Sep 2014
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